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As a Maryland native, I always loved the Orioles but after 18 years of living in the Old Line State I moved away for college and didn't return. Not being able to attend games was rough, so I searched for an outlet to connect with the O's. As someone who loves numbers, I naturally found a hobby in searching for weird and impressive Orioles stats. If you want join-in on the fun, follow me on Twitter at @BirdlandStats.

#Staturday: Dingers, Dongs, & Long Balls

Manny Machado watches a home run fly.
Happy Staturday Birdland! What an amazing week of baseball. We’re three games above .500 and things are starting to look good. Let’s check out some stats. This August has been full of home runs. Let’s get some historical perspective: The Orioles hit 57 home runs this August. That’s the most by any team in any August in MLB history and the third most in any month in MLB history. The homer-licious August also put the Orioles on a list they already occupy: Most home runs in a month in MLB […]

#Staturday: Ain’t Manny Grand?

Manny Machado watches a home run fly.
Happy Staturday Birdland! So last night was pretty amazing. Due to Manny Machado’s awesomeness, I have a jumbo-sized Staturday filled with Manny stats. Enjoy! Manny’s grand slam last night was glorious but he’s not the only grand Oriole: Manny Machado and Chris Davis lead the majors in grand slams since 2013 with seven apiece. The Orioles also lead the majors with 28 grand slams since 2013. Recently, Manny Machado has been on an absolute grand slam roll: Since April 28th, 2016, the Orioles have recorded 12 grand slams, 6 of […]

#Staturday: Davis’ Numbers Drop, Buck Drops Him Down the Order

Chris Davis watches a pitch go by.
Happy Staturday Birdland! It was another up and down week for the Orioles but fear not, there will be stats! On Thursday, Trey Mancini launched his 19th and 20th home runs into Oblivion, setting an impressive benchmark for the club: Trey Mancini joins Adam Jones, Jonathan Schoop, and Manny Machado as the four Orioles with 20+ home runs. At four, the Orioles have the most players with 20+ long balls. Adam Jones continues to mash the long ball, something he’s done for awhile as an Oriole: Since 2008, Adam Jones […]

#Staturday: Tim Beckham Makes a Great First Impression

Tim Beckham and Jonathan Schoop high five.
Happy Staturday Birdland! After a not-so-wild trade deadline, the Orioles started winning again. It was fun and it produced some stats. Let’s get to em! Before the deadline, the Orioles traded with the Tampa Bay Rays for Tim Beckham and he’s had a flaming hot start: Tim Beckham recorded 10 hits in his first 15 at-bats. After going 4-4 on Friday, Tim Beckham has 7 straight hits in as many at-bats. Beckham has started his Orioles’ career with four straight multi-hit games, the most of any Oriole in 2017. As […]

#Staturday: Na Na NaNaNa, Good Bye Kim!

Happy Staturday Birdland! It was a so-so week of baseball and it ended Friday night on a sour note. This week’s stats are a tribute to Hyun-Soo Kim. As you may remember, Kim started 2016 in a fury: Hyun Soo Kim recorded 42 hits in his first 38 games, the 5th most in Orioles’ history. Kim also recorded 14 multi-hit games in his first 43 games, tied for 4th most in Orioles’ history. Hyun Soo Kim ended up having a hell of 2016, outperforming all expectations: Kim finished 2016 with […]

#Staturday: O’s Match (& Surpass) Homer Total at Memorial Stadium

aerial view of stadium in 1970
Happy Staturday Birdland! It was a fun week of baseball, producing some fun stats and facts. Let’s dive in! On Wednesday, Adam Jones began the game with a lead-off home run. Little did he know, it was an historic homer: After Adam’s bomb on Wednesday, the Orioles had hit the exact same number of home runs at Camden Yards and Memorial Stadium, at 2490 dingers a piece. As previously mentioned on Eutaw Street Report, Trey Mancini is having an awesome rookie season and if he keeps his batting average up, […]

#Staturday: BOOM BOOM!

Trey Mancini of the Orioles leans forward in sunglasses.
Happy Staturday Birdland! While it’s been a miserable week of baseball, there are always a few interesting stats to check out. So let’s get to them! We’ll start out with a few Trey Mancini stats. He’s been a really bright spot in a lackluster season. Highest batting average with RISP in MLB (min 200 total PA): 1. Paul Goldschmidt – .427 2. Trey Mancini – .412 3. Eduardo Nunez – .407 At .404, Trey Mancini has the highest batting average with RISP in the American League and second highest in […]

Happy Birthday Manny! Machado’s Impressive Pre-25 Numbers

Manny Machado in front of sign at spring training 2015.
It’s Manny Machado’s 25th birthday. We’ve been blessed to watch him as both a human vacuum and a crushing machine. Here are some of Manny’s most impressive stats up to now. First, let’s take a look at how he ranks against the young Orioles before him: Racked up by Manny before turning 25 (with Orioles rank): 766 hits (1st) 159 doubles (1st) 121 home runs (2nd) 288 extra-base hits (1st) 352 RBIs (4th) 391 runs (2nd) 206 walks (5th) 1304 total bases (1st) 216 multi-hit games (1st) 10 multi-HR games […]

#Staturday: Ubaldo Jimenez Joins Elite O’s Company

Ubaldo JImenez prepares to wind up.
Happy Staturday Birdland! It’s been a fun, Jay-defeating, week of baseball. Let’s get to some stats! This week the Orioles won a three game series against the Blue Jays, continuing a few impressive trends: After winning on Thursday, the Orioles are 9-3 against the Toronto Blue Jays in 2017. The Orioles are 25-19 against AL East teams in 2017. Believe or not, Ubaldo Jimenez threw an impressive game on Thursday: Ubaldo joined Mike Mussina and Erik Bedard as the only Orioles with two or more starts throwing 8 or more […]

#Staturday: Extra-Inning Wins, Homers, and BOOM BOOM

Trey Mancini in his O's batting helmet.
It was an up and down week for the Orioles but a couple of walk-offs spiced things up. Let’s get to the stats! This week the Orioles extended a pretty insane streak: The Orioles have won twelve consecutive extra-inning games at Camden Yards – a streak that started in September, 2015. On Wednesday, Trey Mancini put on an incredible performance and made some history: Trey Mancini is the youngest Oriole and 7th-youngest player in MLB history to hit two homers after entering the game as a pinch hitter. Trey Mancini […]

#Staturday: Congrats to Adam Jones!

Adam Jones sunglasses.
We’re back in the win column and dang does it feel great. Along with a few wins, come a few stats. Let’s get to ‘em! Earlier this week, Adam Jones made Orioles’ history: On Wednesday night, Adam Jones hit an infield single in the 8th inning, notching his 1,500th hit as an Oriole. Although they haven’t quite been the sluggers of the past, the Orioles are still pretty good at hitting home runs: On Thursday, the Orioles blasted four home runs against the Red Sox. This marks their fifth four-homer […]

#Staturday: Jones Sets OPACY HR Record

Adam Jones follows through on his swing.
Woof. What a miserable week of Orioles’ baseball. Nevertheless, we keep the stats coming! On Monday, Adam Jones hit his 125th career homer at Camden Yards which put him atop the home run leaderboard: Most home runs at Camden Yards: Adam Jones – 125 Rafael Palmeiro – 124 Chris Davis – 115 Brady Anderson – 91 Thus far in 2017, Mark Trumbo has six homers all with something in common: All of Mark Trumbo’s home runs in 2017 (6) have come with two outs. Fact: Chris Davis hits a lot […]

#Staturday: Castillo’s Great Week Puts Him Among O’s Best

Welington Castillo of the Orioles follows through on his swing.
Happy Staturday Birdland! It was a long road trip and as we saw on Friday, there’s no place like home. To the stats! On Friday, Welington Castillo launched a walk-off homer in extra innings extending his three-hit streak to four games: Welington Castillo is the first catcher since 1974 and third catcher since 1913 to go on a four-game three-hit streak. Welington joins Cal Ripken, Eddie Murray, and Don Buford as the only Orioles with three hits in four consecutive games. Earlier this week, Chris Davis hit two extra-inning home […]

#Staturday: O’s Finally Hit Some Triples

Baltimore Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy bats.
Happy Staturday Birdland! Another week of baseball, another avalanche of stats. Let’s get to em! The Orioles & Nationals played in the annual “battle of the beltways” this week. The battle has been pretty lopsided: Since 2012, the Orioles are 19-8 versus the Nationals. They haven’t lost a season series against the Nationals since 2007. Friday night, Dylan Bundy had another solid outing, extending an impressive streak: Dylan Bundy has pitched eight consecutive quality starts – the longest streak since Miguel Gonzalez did the same in 2013. Speaking of streaks, […]

#Staturday: Streaks, Triple Plays, & Beating Boston

Caleb Joseph swings.
Happy Staturday Birdland! The Birds are on the mend, winning two in a row leading up to today’s game. Now let’s see some stats! The Orioles started the week with a four-game series in Boston. They ended up winning two games and splitting the series: This week Buck Showalter notched his 69th and 70th wins against the Red Sox as manager of the Orioles. Besides all the tension and fan “interaction,” another weird thing happened during the series at Fenway: The Orioles recorded their first triple play since September 1st, […]

#Staturday: Hot Starts, Great Pitching, & Grand Salamis

Dylan Bundy winds up in a spring training game.
Happy Staturday Birdland! It was an awesome week that ended sour. Let’s get that taste out of our mouths. After 20 games, the Orioles were 14-6. Here are the years and results after going 14-6 (or better) in the past: 1997: Lost ALCS 1970: Won WS 1968: 2nd AL East 1966: Won WS On Wednesday, the Orioles won on a rare walk-off walk, courtesy of Seth Smith: The Orioles won on a walk-off walk for the first time since June 26th, 2007 & the 21st time in team history. Mark […]

#Staturday: On the O’s Great Run of Pitching

Ubaldo Jimenez pitches for the Baltimore Orioles.
Happy Staturday Birdland! It was a really, really weird week of O’s baseball but nonetheless, a great one. The pitching has caught fire since their three game series in Cincinnati: The Orioles’ pitching staff has allowed one run over the last 33.1 innings. In the last two games against the Reds, both relievers and starters put on an absolute clinic: For two consecutive nights, Orioles’ pitchers have given up only two hits. This is the fifth such streak in Orioles’ history. You know what great pitching means? The Orioles can […]

#Staturday: Opening Day Walk-Offs Rare, Hot Starts Not (Under Buck)

Chris Davis of the Orioles watches a ball fly after swinging.
Baseball is back and so is Staturday! If it’s your first time to Staturday, you can find these and other stats on Twitter: @BirdlandStats. Without further ado, let’s get to it! The Orioles opened the season with a bang, winning on an historic walk-off dinger: Mark Trumbo became the first Oriole with a walk-off home run on Opening Day. Manny also made some Opening Day history: On Monday, Manny Machado recorded his 700th hit, becoming the 34th Oriole to do so. In their second game of the season, Chris Davis […]

2016 O’s Stats Roundup

Jonathan Schoop and Manny Machado of the Orioles celebrate a home run.
What a wild and weird season. To depict the oddities of the 2016 Orioles, I’ve compiled some numbers. Let’s take a look. The Orioles finished 2016 with: – 253 home runs – 5th most in a single season, in MLB history. – 71 multi-HR games – tied for 10th most in a single season, in MLB history. – 16 games with 4+ HRs – tied for most in a single season, in MLB history. – 6 triples – fewest in a single season, in MLB history. – 19 stolen bases […]

#Staturday: So Many Dingers

Four Baltimore Orioles players celebrate after a grand slam.
Happy Staturday Birdland! October baseball is here and the stats keep coming! In the fifth inning last night, the Orioles exploded with three home runs, reaching 250 dingers on the season – an historic mark: The Orioles are only the fifth team in MLB history to hit 250+ home runs in a single season. They Orioles are the only team in MLB history with two seasons (’96 & ’16) of 250+ home runs. At 250 home runs, the Orioles have the fifth most home runs in a single season in […]
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